Supplied with yellow battery case for rechargeables and black case for alcalines batteries, antenna ,copy of manual, excellent shape, shipped priority mail with delivery confirmation. Features: Backlit display and keypad for use in low light Channel scan 60 per second Alpha display can show name of service Continuous Tone Controlled Selective Squelch (CTCSS) and Digital Coded Squelch (DCS) decoding TCXO for frequency stability; PC interface lets you download frequencies from computer to scanner (optional software and cable) APCO 25 digital trunking including the newer systems using a 9600bps control channel Scanner follows analog Motorola I, II, I/II and GE/Ericsson (EDACS) trunked radio systems Expanded frequency coverage picks up local marine, police/fire, HAM, VHF-air, racing, more This handheld scanner has an abundant memory capacity, able to store frequencies in 5500 memory channels. Plus, you can store up to 16,500 ID codes in one "working" 500 channel. Follow APCO 25 digital and virtually all analog Motorola and GE/Ericsson EDACS trunked systems. More cities are using these trunked systems. This is the most sensitive, full featured scanner I have ever used, it is EXCELLENT! Loaded with the latest firmware as well. Mind you this is a DIGITAL truck tracking scanner, will pick up everything! Including analog of course... If you want to listen to anything in your area, and some ham frequencies too, this is as good as it gets! New they sold for $499 Buy the cable, subscribe to Radioreference.com (or download the lists and program it yourself), pick your county or multiple areas, download the data into the scanner, and you will have EVERYTHING imaginable to listen to. Police, Fire, ambulance, swat, ER, the list is enless. It comes programmed for my county, Phila. PD and quite a few more.